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  • Dore,Sabina; Fry,Danny L.; Collins,Brandon M.; Vargas,Rodrigo; York,Robert A.; Stephens,Scott L. (Public Library Science, 2/26/16)
    Forest ecosystems can act as sinks of carbon and thus mitigate anthropogenic carbon emissions. When forests are actively managed, treatments can alter forests carbon dynamics, reducing their sink strength and switching ...
  • Kaspar, Robert B.; Letterio, Michael P.; Wittkopf, Jarrid A.; Gong, Ke; Gu, Shuang; Yan, Yushan (The Electrochemical Society, 2015-02-20)
    Hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cells (HEMFCs) are an emerging low-cost alternative to conventional proton exchange membrane fuel cells. In addition to producing water at the anode, HEMFCs consume water at the cathode, ...
  • Harvey, Jason; Warren, Jessica M.; Shirey, Steven B. (Mineralogical Society of America, 2015-12-14)
  • Lagarrigue, S.; Pitel, F.; Carre, W.; Abasht, Behnam; Le Roy, P.; Neau, A.; Amigues, Y.; Sourdioux, M.; Simon, Jean; Cogburn, Larry A.; Aggrey, S. E. (Samuel E.); Leclercq, B.; Vignal, A.; Douaire, M. (EDP Sciences, 2006)
    Quantitative trait loci (QTL) for abdominal fatness and breast muscle weight were investigated in a three-generation design performed by inter-crossing two experimental meattype chicken lines that were divergently selected ...
  • Jones, Jill S.; Conradi, Kristin; Amendum, Steven J. (International Literacy Association, 2016-08-11)
    The purpose of this article is to highlight the importance of providing reading interventions that are differentiated and aligned with an individual student’s most foundational reading need. The authors present profiles ...
  • Guidoti, Marcus; Tallamy, Douglas W.; Marsaro, Alberto Luiz Jr. (Sociedade Brasileira de Entomologia, 2015-04-09)
    Maternal care in Gargaphia decoris is described for the first time. A video is presented as supplementarymaterial. The knowledge on such trait within Tingidae is summarized. The behavior within the family isdiscussed, and ...
  • Tomar,Dhanendra; Dong,Zhiwei; Shanmughapriya,Santhanam; Koch,Diana A.; Thomas,Toby; Hoffman,Nicholas E.; Timbalia,Shrishiv A.; Goldman,Samuel J.; Breves,Sarah L.; Corbally,Daniel P.; Nemani,Neeharika; Fairweather,Joseph P.; Cutri,Allison R.; Zhang,Xueqian; Song,Jianliang; Jana,Fabian; Huang,Jianhe; Barrero,Carlos; Rabinowitz,Joseph E.; Luongo,Timothy S.; Schumacher,Sarah M.; Rockman,Michael E.; Dietrich,Alexander; Merali,Salim; Caplan,Jeffrey; Stathopulos,Peter; Ahima,Rexford S.; Cheung,Joseph Y.; Houser,Steven R.; Koch,Walter J.; Patel,Vickas; Gohil,Vishal M.; Elrod,John W.; Rajan,Sudarsan; Madesh,Muniswamy (Cell Press, 5/24/16)
    Mitochondrial Ca2+ Uniporter (MCU)-dependent mitochondrial Ca2+ uptake is the primary mechanism for increasing matrix Ca2+ in most cell types. However, a limited understanding of the MCU complex assembly impedes the ...
  • Meehan, Christopher L.; Brandon, Thomas L.; Duncan, J. M. (James Michael) (ASTM International, 2008)
    Fast and slow ring shear tests were performed in the Bromhead ring shear device to examine the effect of the displacement rate on the shear strength measured along slickensided discontinuities in Rancho Solano Fat Clay. ...
  • Meehan, Christopher L.; Brandon, Thomas L.; Duncan, J. M. (James Michael) (ASTM International, 2007)
    A series of Bromhead ring shear tests were conducted to measure the drained residual strength of Rancho Solano Fat Clay. Tests conducted using different test procedures demonstrate the significant effect that wall friction ...
  • Akturk, Eser S.; Yap, Glenn P. A.; Theopold, Klaus H. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015-08-27)
    Dinitrogen complexes of the type TpR,RCr–N2–CrTpR,R are not the most labile precursors for Cr(I) chemistry, as they are sterically protected from obligatory associative ligand substitution. A mononuclear alkyne complex – ...
  • Marnocha, C. L.; Levy, A. T.; Powell, D. H.; Hanson, T. E.; Chan, C. S. (Microbiology Society, 2016-01-07)
    The Chlorobiales are anoxygenic phototrophs that produce solid, extracellular elemental sulfur globules as an intermediate step in the oxidation of sulfide to sulfate. These organisms must export sulfur while preventing ...
  • Marnocha, C. L.; Levy, A. T.; Powell, D. H.; Hanson, T. E.; Chan, C. S. (Microbiology Society, 2016-01-07)
    The Chlorobiales are anoxygenic phototrophs that produce solid, extracellular elemental sulfur globules as an intermediate step in the oxidation of sulfide to sulfate. These organisms must export sulfur while preventing ...
  • Hsiao, HaoYuan; Knarr, Brian A.; Higginson, Jill S.; Binder-Macleod, Stuart A. (BioMed Central Ltd., 2015-04-18)
    BACKGROUND: Propulsive force generation is critical to walking speed. Trialing limb angle and ankle moment are major contributors to increases in propulsive force during gait. For able-bodied individuals, trailing limb ...
  • Khan, Mahfuzur R.; Koneshloo, Mohammad; Knappett, Peter S.K.; Ahmed, Kazi M.; Bostick, Benjamin C.; Mailloux, Brian J.; Mozumder, Rajib H.; Zahid, Anwar; Harvey, Charles F.; van Geen, Alexander; Michael, Holly A. (Nature Publishing Group, 2016-09-27)
    Many of the world’s megacities depend on groundwater from geologically complex aquifers that are over-exploited and threatened by contamination. Here, using the example of Dhaka, Bangladesh, we illustrate how interactions ...
  • Khan, Mahfuzur R.; Koneshloo, Mohammad; Knappett, Peter S.K.; Ahmed, Kazi M.; Bostick, Benjamin C.; Mailloux, Brian J.; Mozumder, Rajib H.; Zahid, Anwar; Harvey, Charles F.; van Geen, Alexander; Michael, Holly A. (Nature Publishing Group, 2016-09-27)
    Many of the world’s megacities depend on groundwater from geologically complex aquifers that are over-exploited and threatened by contamination. Here, using the example of Dhaka, Bangladesh, we illustrate how interactions ...
  • Tran, Khiem A.; Cheng, Michelle Y.; Mitra, Anupam; Ogawa, Hiromi; Shi, Vivian Y.; Olney, Laura P.; Kloxin, April M.; Maverakis, Emanual (Dove Press, 2015-12-21)
    The treatment of melanoma has improved markedly over the last several years with the advent of more targeted therapies. Unfortunately, complex compensation mechanisms, such as those of the mitogen-activated protein kinase ...
  • Mayeda, Michael K.; Hayat, Jeffery; Epps, Thomas H. III; Lauterbach, Jochen (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015-03-02)
    We present a simple, though uncommonly used, method to produce versatile, well-ordered, nanoscale arrays of metal oxides such as MgO, Al2O3, TiO2, MnO2, Fe2O3, Co3O4, NiO, CuO, ZnO, ZrO2, RuO2, SnO2, or Ce2 O3 by ...
  • Dowell, Frederick; Cardman, Zena; Dasarathy, Srishti; Kellermann, MatthiasY.; Lipp, Julius S.; Ruff, S. Emil; Biddle, Jennifer F.; McKay, Luke J.; MacGregor, Barbara J.; Lloyd, Karen G.; Albert, Daniel B.; Mendlovitz, Howard; Hinrichs, Kai-Uwe; Teske, Andreas (Frontiers Media SA, 2016-01-29)
    The hydrothermal sediments of Guaymas Basin, an active spreading center in the Gulf of California (Mexico), are rich in porewater methane, short-chain alkanes, sulfate and sulfide, and provide a model system to explore ...
  • Cai,Wei-Jun; Ma,Yuening; Hopkinson,Brian M.; Grottoli,Andrea G.; Warner,Mark E.; Ding,Qian; Hu,Xinping; Yuan,Xiangchen; Schoepf,Verena; Xu,Hui; Han,Chenhua; Melman,Todd F.; Hoadley,Kenneth D.; Pettay,D. Tye; Matsui,Yohei; Baumann,Justin H.; Levas,Stephen; Ying,Ye; Wang,Yongchen (Nature Publishing Group, 4/4/16)
    Reliably predicting how coral calcification may respond to ocean acidification and warming depends on our understanding of coral calcification mechanisms. However, the concentration and speciation of dissolved inorganic ...
  • Gupta,Samir; Ross,Karen E.; Tudor,Catalina O.; Wu,Cathy H.; Schmidt,Carl J.; Vijay-Shanker,K. (Biomed Central Ltd, 4/29/16)
    Background: MicroRNAs are increasingly being appreciated as critical players in human diseases, and questions concerning the role of microRNAs arise in many areas of biomedical research. There are several manually curated ...

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